The latest training opportunities

Keep up to date with training opportunities! Community-centered and patient-focused training opportunities offer practical tools to help clinics and hospitals meet the Triple Aim.


2022 Behavioral Health Transition Forums

2022 Behavioral Health Transition Forums

YCCO is hosting multiple informational and Q&A forums to ensure a smooth transition with our Behavioral Health Network. Materials from these forums can be found below. If you would like to register to attend an upcoming forum, please email Providerrelations@yamhillcco.org.

March 2nd 2022 forum materials:

BH Forum Agenda March.2.2022

February 2nd 2022 forum materials:

BH Forum Agenda February.2.2022
BH Informational Forum 2.2.22 Power Point


January 24th 2022 forum materials:

BH Forum Agenda January.24.2022

Access Presentation 1.24.22

Language Access Guidance

Language Access Toolkit

January 5th 2021 forum materials:

PPP. YCCO BH CM Provider Information v3

Community_Health_Workers_Flyer_Provider Reference Material

Member Materials referenced in 1/5/2022 forum:

CHW Member Flyer_Spanish

CHW Member Flyer_English

Continuing Medical Education

YCCO will offer a series of recommendations, educational materials, and guidance to ensure its provider network has access to quality information related to improving patient care, reducing burnout, and maximizing efficiency.

These offerings align with requirements in YCCO’s Provider Manual or in YCCO Provider contracts.

Go to current and upcoming events

Available options:

  • Participate in provider groups – Patient-Centered Primary Care Provider Collaborative and Metrics Subcommittee
  • Webinars and resources from Oregon Health Authority
  • CME specific training provider by the Interprofessional Primary Care (IPC) Institute in conjunction with George Fox University.
  • Recommended online resources

If you’re interested in learning more email info@yamhillcco.org.

Current and Upcoming Opportunities


Dispelling the Illusion of Communication – Virtual Training

December 7, 2022 11:30 – 1:45 pm

Register Here:


Join Us!

This training identifies common dominant values and norms in medical settings; discusses the impact on communication when working with individuals with differing values and worldviews; explores barriers to communication; and identifies concrete ways to bridge these differences.

This course includes:

Self-reflective activities, excerpts of presentations from experts in their fields, recent reports and data from credible institutions, concrete suggestions for continued learning opportunities, and practice in applying concepts.

Specifically, this course:

▪ Provides opportunities for participants to explore their cultural values and to consider how they fit in with dominant culture values.

▪ Introduces the concept of Cultural Humility as a framework for providing “culturally competent” care.

▪ Familiarizes participants with implicit bias and its impact on our attitudes and behaviors.

▪ Identifies strategies for improving communication with patients / colleagues.

▪ Presents best practices for working with interpreters.


OHA Partner Webinar Series: Learn about preparing for the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

Download the official flyer for these events ENGLISH | SPANISH

Register for monthly opportunities to learn more about how Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) are working together to prepare for the end of the national COVID-19 PHE with the goal of preserving benefits for individuals and families.

Access webinar materials at: oregon.gov/covid-phe-partners.

Who should attend: Community partners, Coordinated Care Organizations, providers, insurers, and more!

What to expect:
•Information on how Oregon is preparing for when the national COVID
COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) ends
•Communication tools partners can use to engage people who receive
OHP or ODHS benefits
•Time for questions and feedback

Language and disability access:
American Sign Language, live captioning, and real-time interpretation from English to Spanish will be available.

Join us Tuesdays, 10 to 11 a.m. PST
•October 18
•November 15
•December 13

Click to register 

For individuals with disabilities or individuals who speak a language other than English, OHA can provide information in alternate formats such as translations, large print, or braille.

Contact the COVID COVID-19 Communications Unit at  1-971 -673-2411 or COVID19.

LanguageAccess@dhsoha.state.or.us at least 2 business days in advance of the webinar. ODHS and and OHA accept all relay calls.